Malignant Wound Tx

December 1, 2003

Barcelona, Spain. - Treatments of malignant wounds should be designed not only to promote healing, but also to prevent and manage clinical infection, control and prevent bleeding, contain drainage from the wound, control and prevent odor, and promote the patient's comfort, according to Uwe Wollina, M.D., professor of dermatology and venerology at the Hautklinik Dresden-Friedrichstadt in Germany. Dr. Wollina spoke at the 12th Congress of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology in Barcelona.

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